CDs >  Music >  Advent / Christmas >  Christmas Present From Polyphony

This item is no longer being made.

A Christmas Present From Polyphony

Item Number: 8135

Catalog Code: NOEL 26-DIS3-DIS

As a Tiber River blogger you could get this gift for free.

Christmas Present From Polyphony

Purchase Information

Your Price:

Format:      CD

This item is currently unavailable.

Add To My:

Bookmark and Share

 Our Description

A Christmas Present From Polyphony

For over a decade, Stephen Layton and Polyphony have been astonishing London audiences with their annual Christmas concert series. Alongside extravagant oratorio performances, the group has presented a cappella programs of Christmas music to audiences enthralled by the range of repertoire available. This delightful new collection, available at budget price, brings together 18 favorite tracks from seven acclaimed recordings of music for the season. It features music by Rutter, Howells, Britten, and Warlock coupled with a tantalizing preview of Polyphony's forthcoming recording of Morten Lauridsen's choral music.

Product Details

H x W x D: 
Play Time: 
0"  2004


1. Silent Night - John Rutter (3:31)

2. Sing Lullaby - Herbert Howells (3:10)

3. All this time - William Walton (1:38)

4. Ave, maris stella - Edvard Grieg (3:36)

5. Die Konige - Peter Cornelius (2:50)

6. O Morgenstern - Arvo Part (2:23)

7. Magnificat - Arvo Part (6:56)

8. Nativity Carol - John Rutter (4:50)

9. The Sussex Mummer's Carol - Percy Grainger (1:46)

10. A Hymn to the Virgin - Benjamin Britten (3:12)

11. Lully, lulla, thou little tiny child - Kenneth Leighton (3:13)

12. Away in a manger - John Rutter (2:23)

13. O magnum mysterium - Morten Howells (3:21)

14. Bethlehem Down - Peter Warlock (4:26)

15. A Spotless Rose - Herbert Howells (3:21)

16. Chorale after an Old French Carol - Benjamin Britten (4:36)

17. What cheer? - William Walton (1:06)

18. Lullaby my Jesus - Peter Warlock (2:55)

19. Shepherd's Pipe Carol - John Rutter (2:52)

Nextag Seller

By using our site you agree to our terms of use.
All content copyright 2018.
Special Features